Tag: Blizzard

Winter Weather Alerts AM Update

Blizzard Warning | Winter Storm Warning | Winter Weather Advisory | Colorado Weather | Palmer Divide Weather | Castle Rock CO Weather

Most of the winter weather alerts issues last night remain unchanged this morning with one exception. A Blizzard Warning has now been issued for areas East of Denver and Castle Rock. Here’s the latest on all the winter weather alerts as of this morning: Blizzard Warning Duration: BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT MST TONIGHT …

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Forecast on Track: Blizzard Warnings Issued

Red Flag Warning (12PM – 6PM) Thursday Includes all of Eastern and Northeastern Colorado A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now….or will shortly. A combination of strong winds…low relative humidity…and warm temperatures can contribute to extreme fire behavior. Blizzard Warning (12AM – 12PM Friday) Includes Palmer Divide region: …

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Spring Storm Slamming Front Range

The spring snow storm is here! Major impacts are being felt along the front range, especially South of Denver along the Palmer Divide. Let’s take a quick look at the latest information on this storm: Current Weather Warnings **Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect** Timing WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT TO 6 AM MDT SUNDAY …

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Current Look at Colorado Weather Watches/Warnings for Weekend Storm

It’s a busy day for meteorologists in Colorado today as we have had a slew of weather watches, warnings and advisories issued this afternoon. Everything from Winter Weather to High Fire Danger is expected from this afternoon through Monday. Latest Winter Weather Watches/Warnings **Winter Storm Watch** Timing WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE FRIDAY …

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Monster April Snowstorm Brewing?

This will be an important week to keep an eye on the weather, there are a lot of things going on that will impact a major storm system expected to move into the area next weekend. This post will be a bit lengthy but I feel it’s necessary to try and explain what is going …

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Spring Blizzard 2016 Storm Recap

Wednesday’s snowstorm looked to be just another quick hit and run type of storm, dropping maybe 4-8 inches and scooting out very quickly. By late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, things began to change very suddenly, model runs coming in at midnight slowed the storm system down, changed the track and cranked forecast snow …

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Snowfall Totals and Storm Update

Latest Look at Snow Totals Around the Area This update is as of 11AM, the snow is coming down pretty fast and furious so these may be higher by now. The storm continues this afternoon and will continue throughout the afternoon but should begin to lighten up by the evening hours. The latest look at the …

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March 2016 Blizzard in Full Effect

If you were up late enough last night for my 1AM post you noticed I started using the ‘B’ word in my posts. I’m usually cautious to start calling storms full-fledged blizzards, but that is exactly what we are now looking at. The computer models were sluggish with upping snow totals all day yesterday and …

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Blizzard Update as of 1AM

For the night owls still up, I have a quick update on the latest status of the storm set to impact the front range of Colorado. For everyone else, no worries as I’ll have another update Wednesday morning. The Latest In a nutshell, models across the entire spectrum have significantly increased snowfall accumulations. I am …

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Tracking Our Next Storm; Unsettled Week Ahead

Last week’s snowstorm brought some beneficial moisture to the front range and it looks like we are on track to possible get more as we look to an unsettled week ahead. We are tracking two storm systems this week, one late Tuesday into Wednesday and another sometime next weekend. As expected for this time of the …

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